What causes a swollen forehead?

Answer

The most common causes of a swollen forehead are exposure to allergens and exposure to excessive sunlight. Often, a person who has a severe sunburn will suffer from swelling of the skin in the area of the forehead. Contact dermatitis or an allergic reaction on the skin of the forehead can also cause swelling of that area. This is often due to contact with items like soaps or makeup or even skin lotions and shampoo. Sinusitis might also cause swelling of the forehead.
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